Hey guys! Here’s a quick video update I put together; we’re going back to the basics with iMovie because my laptop does not have enough storage to edit on premiere pro for now oops!
I’ve been in North Carolina for 2 months now and between working and going on adventures finally had time to sit down and collect my clips for now!
- Traveled for myself or Enactus and flew to different interviews (Washington D.C., Chicago, Philadelphia, Kansas City, London, Amsterdam, Raleigh) in 2019 so far!
- Graduated college with a degree in computer science with a job lined up
- Got myself and two big checked bags from BOS > RDU
- Met a lot of cool people and am probably eating a little /too/ good
- Working on the vlogging thing…
Thanks for watching and I wish you guys the best of luck today, tomorrow, and onward for whatever you are working on!! xx Sami
What is Enactus you say? Maybe I’ve never posted something to briefly explain it but I’ll do so now! But first, feel free to check out my vlog I just uploaded of the National Exposition in late May:
Honestly, Enactus is such a broad program (a global one) and it stands for ENtrepreneurial ACTion US. At my university, we have several projects which cover more than six of the United Nation’s 17 Global Goals.
Our projects range from teaching financial literacy to men recovering from opioid addiction to implementing pro-inclusion “Buddy Benches” at 33 of our city’s public elementary schools.
This year, my role as Director of Technology on the E-Board consisted of attending our project events and capturing photos and filming videos then editing them all together to help create our 17-minute visual presentation that goes along with the speech.
The United States’ Enactus Competition process starts with teams competing in their (or other) regions depending on which location they choose and then if they move on from the top tier of their league(s), they compete again at the national level in Kansas City, MO. The panel of judges consists of Fortune 500 company executives or their representatives and the criteria includes project sustainability, how well resources were used, presentation, and a question-and-answer round.
We’re so much more than this little explanation but there is not enough time in the world to cover what Enactus is so if you have any questions, please feel free to ask me anything!
I’m so grateful to have experienced the Enactus National Exposition with my team once again this year and I’m hoping to continue doing so over time!
Hey guys! Over spring break I had the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. as an advocate for my university in a Student Leadership Program.
Check out my video:
Some things I did/places I saw included:
- The Capitol Building
- March for Our Lives
- Union Station
- Tour of the White House
- Congressional Offices
- The Supreme Court
- Washington Monument & surrounding area
- The National Gallery of Art
- Watched the Wiz at Ford’s Theater
- Tried my first Krispy Kreme donuts
- & more!
I’ve been able to see so much more than I did the other times I traveled to D.C. and am looking forward to coming back again some day.
To watch my video from 2016: